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Lynn Ostrowski

Executive Director

Aetna Inc.

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Aetna Inc.

151 Farmington Ave

Hartford, Connecticut, 06156

United States

Company Description

Aetna is one of the nation's leading diversified health care benefits companies, serving an estimated 44.9 million people with information and resources to help them make better informed decisions about their health care. Aetna offers a broad range of traditio...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Faculty

Bay Path College


Fitness Specialist

S.T.A.R.T. Inc.


Health Services Adminstration B.S. Program Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty

Elms College


Affiliations

Healthier Community

Board Member


Health New England Inc

Director, Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs


Education

BS

Health Fitness

Springfield College


M.Ed

Health Promotion & Wellness Management

Springfield College


Ph.D.


Ph.D.

Health Psychology

Capella University


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Aetna Story 2017

Lynn Ostrowski
Executive Director, Aetna Foundation:


Aetna Story 2017

Lynn Ostrowski
Executive director, Aetna Foundation: Lynn Ostrowski: Communities are taking on hard issues.


How Payer Philanthropy Can Address Social Determinants of Health

Ostrowski and the Aetna Foundation have found that impactful determinants in their beneficiary communities could range from quality of housing to transportation access, but few community profiles are exactly the same.
"Our members are a large community, and they live in their own communities, and some live in areas that have lower life expectancy or don't have high-quality housing, or don't have access to public transportation, or whatever the issues in the community are," Ostrowski said. Ostrowski says that organizations can receive between $50,000 and $100,000 from Aetna after undergoing an assessment of their potential community impact. Organizations that that create strategic partnerships are a high priority, as the Aetna Foundation looks for programs that can organically grow into self-sustaining health equity programs. "We look carefully at who their partners are and how they can carry the project forward and keep it sustainable," Ostrowski said. According to Ostrowski, in 2016 the Aetna foundation funded programs across the country that ranged from increasing health food access and cultivation techniques for Sioux Indians in Minnesota, mobile preventative health education in Florida elementary schools on diet, nutrition and stress management, and providing employment opportunities for urban students in Ohio. Lynn Ostrowski, Executive Director of the Aetna Foundation Lynn Ostrowski, Executive Director of the Aetna Foundation "We know that people sometimes can't gain a job if they don't have a car or reliable public transportation," Ostrowski said. "We also know that if people don't have access to fresh, affordable produce in their community, then it is hard for them to eat healthy." The programs were hosted in schools and public-access areas like recreation centers, shared garden spaces, and other community facilities. Thirty percent of youth-focused physical activity programs in 2015 reported a significant increase in health status, according to impact reports shared by Ostrowski. "The impact of these programs, financially, is there," Ostrowski concluded.


Board of Directors | Partners for a Healthier Community

Lynn Ostrowski
Director Health New England


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Lynn Ostrowski
Director


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